I’ve been writing a lot recently to process what has been going on in the United States. Not...Read More
Category: Art of Advocacy
by Elisa | Apr 6, 2020 | Art of Advocacy, Being World Changers, Busy Moms, Family & Relationships, Human Rights, Human Trafficking, Identity, Life Purpose, Personal Growth, Safe Spaces, Seeking Justice, United States, Ways to Make a Difference | 0 |
Last month, before Coronavirus took over in all its attention-needing glory, I wrote a piece for...Read More
by Elisa | Mar 31, 2020 | Art of Advocacy, Being World Changers, Children-in-Need, Create Awareness, Hard Conversations, Human Rights, Human Trafficking, Leadership, Safe Spaces, Seeking Justice, Sex Trafficking, United States | 0 |
What is happening with trafficking and the coronavirus? Here are some changes in the anti-trafficking world as human trafficking meets COVID-19.Read More
This is a guest post from Anna Carroll, founder and director of LightForce International, a global...Read More
Imposter syndrome is a thief of your identity. We might think it is humility, or choosing to not be a liar. But more often than not, we are simply afraid to walk into the space we are needed in.Read More
by Elisa | Mar 11, 2019 | Anthropology Psychology Sociology, Art of Advocacy, Children-in-Need, Community, Family & Relationships, Hard Conversations, Seeking Justice, Sex Trafficking, United States | 0 |
Today I did something scary. Actually, this is the second time in a couple weeks this has...Read More
Over the past couple years, someone I mentor almost killed themselves multiple times. True,...Read More
Road trips are both a regular and vibrant part of my life. Although I would often prefer to travel...Read More
What I’m I About?
Like you might be, I’m a busy parent, a leader of some, and I even burnt-out while doing world changing things (surprise!). I re-calibrated. I’ve brushed-off, grown a little, and now use my experiences (both the good and bad) to continue empowering you to make a difference–but while also guiding you be more fully alive. Sound good? > Let’s do this!